Think-Pair-Share is a collaborative learning strategy that encourages students to think individually about a question or topic, discuss their thoughts with a partner, and then share their ideas with the larger group. This method promotes critical thinking, active participation, and peer learning. In language education, Think-Pair-Share helps students practice speaking and listening skills, develop confidence in expressing their ideas, and gain different perspectives from their peers. Teachers use this strategy to facilitate discussions, problem-solving activities, and comprehension exercises.